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Liverpool FC: The Rich History and Legacy

After a disagreement between the Everton committee and John Houlding, the club's president and owner of the land at Anfield, Liverpool F.C. was established. Everton moved to Goodison Park in 1892 after eight years in the stadium, and Houlding founded Liverpool F.C. to play at Anfield. After The Football Association declined to recognize the team as Everton Athletic, because of the "Everton" in the name the club changed its name to Liverpool F.C. in March 1892, and three months later, it received official recognition. On September 1st, 1892, Liverpool played their first game, a 7-1 victory over Rotherham Town in a preseason friendly. The team entered the Football League Second Division at the beginning of the 1893–94 season after winning the Lancashire League in the previous year. Tom Watson was chosen as the team's manager in 1896, the year the club was promoted to the First Division. He led Liverpool to its first league title in 1901, before winning it again in 1906.
Anfield: The Iconic Home Stadium of
Liverpool FC

With 61,015 seats, Anfield Stadium, the home of The Reds, is currently the fifth-largest stadium in England.  Liverpool FC has been playing at these grounds since it separated from Everton back in 1892. Anfield has four main stands - Spion Kop, Main Stand, Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand and Anfield Road End.

Honours and Achievements: Liverpool FC's Trail of Triumphs

19X Premier League Title - 1900/1901, 1905/1906, 1921/1922, 1922/1923, 1946/1947, 1963/1964, 1965/1966, 1972/1973, 1975/1976, 1976/1977, 1978/1979, 1979/1980, 1981/1982, 1982/1983, 1983/1984, 1985/1986, 1987/1988, 1989/1990, 2019/2020
4X Football League Second Division - 1893/1894, 1895/1896, 1904/1905, 1961/1962
8X FA Cup -1965, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 2001, 2006, 2022
9X League Cup - 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2012, 2022
16X FA Community/Charity Shield - 1964 shared with West Ham United, 1965 shared with Manchester United, 1966, 1974, 1976, 1977 shared with Manchester United, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986 shared with Everton, 1988, 1989, 1990 shared with Manchester United, 2001, 2006, 2022 
1X Football League Super Cup - 1985/1986
6X UEFA Champions League - 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005, 2019
3X UEFA Cup - 1973, 1976, 2001
4X UEFA Super Cup - 1977, 2001, 2005, 2019
1X FIFA Club World Cup - 2019

Liverpool FC Match Records: Decades of Domination

Biggest League win: Liverpool FC  10 - 1  Rotherham Town, Div Two, 18/02/1896
Biggest Premier League win: Liverpool FC  9 - 0 Bournemouth, 27/08/2022
Biggest European win: Liverpool FC  11 - 0  Stromsgodset, Drammen, 17/09/1974, ECWC 1st Rnd
Biggest Champions League win: Liverpool FC  8 - 0  Besiktas, 6/11/2007

Biggest League defeat: Liverpool FC  1 - 9  Birmingham City, Div. 2, 11/12/1954
Biggest Premier League defeat: Liverpool  1 - 6  Stoke City, 24/05/2015

Youngest Starting XI: Liverpool FC Plymouth Argyle, FA Cup, 8/01/2017
Most debuts in a game: 6 debuts - Liverpool FC - Sheffield Wednesday, 7/08/1998

Liverpool FC Record Holders: The Legends and Their Contributions

Liverpool FC's Appearance Records: Showcasing Consistency on the Pitch

Most first team appearances: Ian Callaghan (857)
Most League appearances: Ian Callaghan (640)
Most FA Cup appearances: Ian Callaghan (79)
Most League Cup appearances: Ian Rush (78)
Most European appearances: Jamie Carragher (150)

Oldest Player: Ted Doig, 41 years and 165 days (vs. Newcastle, 11.03.1908)
Youngest Player: Jerome Sinclair, 16 years and 6 days (vs. West Brom, 26.09.2012)

Most Season as an Ever Present: Phil Neal (9)
Most Consecutive Appearances: Phil Neal (417, from 23.10.76 to 24.09.83)

Longest Serving Player: Elisha Scott (21 years, 52 days, from 1913 to 1934)

Goal Scoring Records: Liverpool FC's Offensive Might Unveiled

Most first team goals: Ian Rush (346)
Most League goals: Roger Hunt (245)
Most FA Cup goals: Ian Rush (39)
Most League Cup goals: Ian Rush (48)
Most European goals: Steven Gerrard (41)
Most goals as sub: David Fairclough (18)
Most hat-tricks: Gordon Hodgson (17)
Most hat-tricks in a season: Roger Hunt (5, in 1961-62)
Most goals in a season: Roger Hunt (41, in 1961-62)
Most penalties scored: Jan Molby (42)
Most games without scoring: Ephraim Longworth (371)

Youngest goal scorer: Ben Woodburn (17 years, 45 days, v Leeds United 29.11.2017)
Oldest goal scorer: Billy Liddell (38 years, 55 days, v Stoke City, 05.03.1960)

Liverpool FC's Impact: A Look at International Records

Most Capped Player: Steven Gerrard (114, England)
Most international goals: Ian Rush and Michael Owen (26 for Wales and England)

Liverpool FC: Recent Performances and Current Line-Up
For the past six years, the leading scorer for Liverpool FC has consistently been Mohamed Salah, averaging an impressive 31 goals per season across all competitions. His standout season was 2017-2018 when he delivered an exceptional performance by netting 44 goals. During these six years, The Reds triumphed with a Premier League title in the 2019-2020 season, and an FA Cup in the 2021-2022 season, in which they also claimed the League Cup. They secured the Community Shield in the 2022-2023 season. However, their most successful campaign was the 2018-2019 season when they clinched the Champions League title, which was followed by victories in the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup in the 2019-2020 season.

Meet the Current Squad: The Men Behind Liverpool FC's Success

1 - Alisson (G) 
13 - Adrian (G) 
62 - Caoimhin Kelleher (G) 

2 - Joe Gomez (D) 
4 - Virgil van Dijk (D) 
5 - Ibrahima Konate (D) 
21 - Kostas Tsimikas (D) 
26 - Andrew Robertson (D) 
32 - Joel Matip (D) 
47 - Nat Phillips (D) 
72 - Sepp van den Berg (D) 
84 - Conor Bradley (D) 
88 - Luke Chambers (D) 

3 - Fabinho (M) 
6 - Thiago (M) 
10 - Alexis Mac Allister (M) 
14 - Jordan Henderson (M) 
17 - Curtis Jones (M) 
17 - Dominik Szoboszlai (M) 
19 - Harvey Elliott (M) 
42 - Bobby Clark (M) 
43 - Stefan Bajcetic (M) 
66 - Trent Alexander-Arnold (M) 
80 - Tyler Morton (M) 
94 - Melkamu Frauendorf (M) 

7 - Luis Diaz (F) 
11 - Mohamed Salah (F) 
18 - Cody Gakpo (F) 
20 - Diogo Jota (F) 
27 - Darwin Nunez (F) 
50 - Ben Doak (F) 
81 - Layton Stewart (F) 

Notable Figures of Liverpool FC: The Architects of Success

Kenny Dalglish - 'King' Kenny Dalglish will always be the top dog for a specific generation of Liverpool supporters. Rightfully so.The Scottish striker helped Liverpool win three consecutive First Division championships from 1982 to 1984, six First Division titles overall, one FA Cup, five Charity Shields, and an incredible three European Cups. He won the PFA Player of the Year award for the 1982/1983 campaign, when he scored 18 goals and Liverpool successfully defended its league title.  He made 515 appearances for Liverpool between 1977 and 1990 and scored 172 goals. Off the field, he earned popularity for his actions after the Hillsborough disaster when he attended several funerals.

Ian Rush - A ridiculously prolific striker, Ian Rush is the benchmark for Liverpool forwards not only for his record tally of 346 goals, but also his ceaseless effort in defending from the front. The Welshman set the tone with his skill in leading the line while serving the club throughout the 1980s and for the majority of the 1990s, despite sandwiching a short and disastrous time with Juventus. Rush scored more than 30 goals five times in his first six full seasons with Liverpool, including twice with 40 or more goals. He made it look simple.  And though his powers certainly faded in the twilight of his career in the Premier League era, Rush was still a valuable player for the club he came to adore. 

Steven Gerrard - There is a good argument for Steven Gerrard being Liverpool’s greatest ever player. Quite simply, if you took Gerrard out of the Liverpool side during his era, Liverpool would have been mid-table. The 2005 Champions League simply wouldn’t have happened. Gerrard almost single-handedly dragged Liverpool through some tough times during the 2000s, acting like a real life Roy of the Rovers, scoring sensational 30-yard volleys in stoppage time, inspiring some mediocre players around him, and keeping Liverpool competitive. He continues to be the only player in history to have scored in the League Cup, FA Cup, UEFA Cup, and Champions League finals. After scoring a last-second equalizer against West Ham in 2006, he joined the elite club of having an FA Cup final named in his honor. If Gerrard had been successful in adding a league championship to his collection of trophies, he might have presented an even greater challenge to the top slot on our list.

Mohamed Salah - An top athlete who ranks with the greatest in terms of commitment to his craft, Mohamed Salah is a unique breed of football player. After having his ambitions of joining Liverpool crushed in favor of a disastrous switch to Chelsea in 2014, the Egyptian capitalized on his disappointment by tearing through Serie A before triumphantly returning to Anfield. For the Reds, Salah has never had a season with fewer than 23 goals scored; twice, he has scored more than 30 goals, and in his remarkable first season on Merseyside, he scored 44 goals in 52 games. He has already ranked among the top 10 scorers in club history and is a beloved goal scorer among the supporters. Salah might realistically end his career in the top three if given the chance with an extended stay.

Luis Suarez - The most gifted player to ever play for Liverpool, according to many fans and teammates, is Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan bowled up at Anfield with Andy Carroll at the conclusion of a turbulent January transfer window in 2011, and from his very first practice, players like Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher were persuaded of his elite talent. Suarez first showed signs of life during his second full season with Liverpool. The following year, in 2013/14, with his unstoppable goal-scoring spree, he nearly led Brendan Rodgers' team to the crown. Suarez was a special player who won the Kop's affection. He was an unflappable, persistent forward who always appeared to win one-on-ones and 50-50s. Wish he had stayed a little bit longer.

Jürgen Klopp: The Current Mastermind at Liverpool FC
On 8 October 2015, Klopp agreed a three-year deal to become Liverpool manager, replacing Brendan Rodgers. It is not a typical club, it is a special club, Klopp said while describing his new team in his first press conference. Mainz and Dortmund were two of my very special clubs. It is the ideal next step for me to be here and attempt to help, and I intend to bring trophies within four years, he continued. In a parody of José Mourinho's famous "The Special One" speech from 2004, Klopp referred to himself during his first conference as "The Normal One."
Klopp is a notable proponent of Gegenpressing, a tactic in which the team, after losing possession of the ball, immediately attempts to win back possession, rather than falling back to regroup.

Jürgen Klopp's Premier League Records: A Mark of Excellence at Liverpool FC

Matches 296 - 185 wins, 68 draws and 43 losses
Goals Forward - 628
Goals Against -292
Goals Difference - 336

Jürgen Klopp's Triumphs: Spotlight on the Honours & Awards at Liverpool FC

9X Manager of the Month - September 2016,December 2018,March 2019,August 2019,September 2019,November 2019,December 2019,January 2020,May 2021
2X Manager of the Premier League - 2019/20, 2021/22
2X World's Best Club Coach - 2018/2019, 2019/2020


Rivalries in Focus: Liverpool FC's Epic Footballing Clashes

North West Derby

Liverpool vs Manchester United - All of the great English football rivalries involve a certain degree of locality, a common success level, and a history that extends beyond sport. In the North West Derby between Manchester United and Liverpool, everything comes together unlike everywhere else.It would be an understatement to suggest that these two football clubs are the biggest in England. Together, they have won two FIFA Club World Cups, nine Champions Leagues, four Europa Leagues, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and 19 FA Cups in addition to 36 FA Community Shields, five UEFA Super Cups, one Intercontinental Cup, and one FA Cup. 

The Merseyside Derby

Liverpool vs Everton - The Merseyside derby is the longest-running top-flight derby in England and has been played continuously since the 1962–1963 season. It is called after the county of Merseyside, in where Liverpool is situated. The fact that Liverpool plays at Anfield and Everton at Goodison Park, less than a mile apart and in sight of one another across Stanley Park, contributes to the rivalry. They have shared 28 league titles, 13 FA Cups, 5 Championship titles, and 24 FA Community wins between them.

Fan Culture: The Heartbeat of Liverpool FC

YNWA - You'll Never Walk Alone - Liverpool FC Anthem

The history of YNWA and its connections to Liverpool the football club, Liverpool the city, and numerous other footballing institutions goes back to the 1960s.

You'll Never Walk Alone was written by Oscar Hammerstein II and composed by Richard Rodgers for their musical Carousel, which was released in the USA in 1945.

Liverpool FC adopted the song sometime after Gerry and the Pacemakers' cover of it was released. According to the widely accepted account of what happened, Bill Shankly, the manager of the Reds, was "in awe of what he heard" when Marsden gave a copy of the single to him during a preseason tour that same year. At the time, Tommy Smith, a player, said that Shankly was the same way.

The song developed a new meaning and symbolism after the Hillsborough disaster of 1989 in which 96 fans lost their lives. Twenty-five years after the initial coroner's inquest found the deaths to be accidental, the families of the deceased were successful in their fight, and a new verdict was issued declaring that their loved ones had been illegally killed.

Throughout that process, the lyrics and themes of You'll Never Walk Alone were prominent. A special version of the song had also been recorded in 1985 following the Valley Parade fire at Bradford City that killed 56 spectators


When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high

And don’t be afraid of the dark

At the end of the storm, there’s a golden sky

And the sweet, silver song of a lark

Walk on through the wind

Walk on through the rain

Though your dreams be tossed and blown

Walk on, walk on

With hope in your heart

And you’ll never walk alone

You’ll never walk alone

Walk on, walk on

With hope in your heart

And you’ll never walk alone

You’ll never walk alone

Liverpool FC: Community Engagement and Philanthropy Efforts
The Liverpool Football Club's official charity is the LFC Foundation. Extending the community work that the Club has been doing for the previous 20 years. The foundation works in areas of high need and disadvantage throughout the Liverpool City Region with the goal of bringing about long-lasting, sustainable transformation for communities and ensuring that the efforts continue to be beneficial to future generations. The world's largest football family is what it means to be a member of Liverpool Football Club. LFC Foundation take care of one another, especially those who are in need.

Liverpool FC Ownership and Financial Health: A Deep Dive
Following a 3-2 decision by the board to oust owners George N. Gillett, Jr. and Tom Hicks from the club, Fenway Sports Group reached an agreement to purchase Liverpool F.C. on October 6, 2010. It bought through the subsidiary "N.E.S.V. I, LLC" (registered in Delaware) and the UK-based holding company "UKSV Holdings Company Limited." After coming in second place in the previous Premier League season, Liverpool won the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League, after that they won the 2019/2020 Premier League Season.

Fenway Sports Group came under fire in 2019 over Liverpool F.C's unsuccessful bid to trademark the name Liverpool. Spirit of Shankly (SOS), a group of supporters, ran a campaign against the decision. A spokeswoman for SOS emphasized that the name "belongs to the city of Liverpool and its people" when the Intellectual Property Office rejected the application due to the "geographical significance" of the term.

Liverpool reported club-record earnings of £7.5 million before taxes on the heels of club-record revenues of £ 594 million. The club's most recent set of financial statements for the year ending May 2022 show how the pay cost skyrocketed from £314 million to £366 million last season, an increase of almost 17%.

During that time, several players signed new contracts with better terms, including the captain Jordan Henderson, Harvey Elliott, Andy Robertson, Alisson Becker, Stefan Bajcetic, and Diogo Jota. As Jurgen Klopp's team won both domestic cups and advanced to the Champions League final for the third time in five seasons, bonuses were also activated.

Liverpool's pay expenditure for 2021–22 is the second-highest in the Premier League, behind only Manchester United with £384 million.

Liverpool's overall revenue increased by £107 million to £594 million, or 22%, and only Real Madrid and Manchester City generated more globally, respectively, with astounding £605 million and £619 million

Top 10 sponsor partners of Liverpool FC in 2022/23 season:

1   Standard Chartered Bank

2   Nike

3   AXA
4   Expedia

5   Carlsberg
6   Sorare
7   Nivea

8   Extreme Networks
9   Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority
10  Monster Energy

LeBron James and Liverpool FC: A Powerful Partnership

Lebron James' relationship with Liverpool, which started in 2011, was a result of his interactions with the Fenway Sports Group.

When he was playing for Miami Heat, he formed a collaboration with FSG, which later became his primary marketing firm. FSG had just acquired Liverpool from George Gillett and Tom Hicks. He also obtained a partial ownership interest in the Reds as part of the agreement with FSG.

Then, LeBron compared Liverpool's global brand appeal to that of the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Yankees, and - maybe annoyingly for Red Devils fans - Manchester United, and declared his determination to aid in their expansion.

He is said to own a 2% stake in Liverpool, and while that may not seem like much in the grand scheme of things, it has turned out to be a very wise investment for him. In 2011, when he first bought the 2% stake in the Anfield club, it was estimated to be worth about £4.9m, but that amount has increased significantly as a result of Liverpool's increasing value.

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